SCAD holds a 133.5-point lead over Keiser heading into Day 3 finals at 2020 NAIA National Championship in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Keiser had a strong morning on Day 3 but SCAD continued to perform well, leaving little room for the Seahawks to pull off an upset.
SCAD increased their lead over Keiser, winning three of the five swimming events on Thursday night in Knoxville.
SCAD qualified at least three swimmers in each of the morning’s individual events, and posted the top times in prelims of both relays.
The SCAD Bees look poised to claim the NAIA national women’s title for the third consecutive year. The meet starts on Wednesday in Knoxville.
As we approach another decade, few things remain constant. Except Indian River’s dominance of NJCAA swimming.
Indian River swept the day’s events on day 3 of the 2019 NJCAA Championships.
The Indian River men and women, thanks in large part to a contingent of South Africans, are on their way to extending decades-long winning streaks at the NJCAA championships.
Indian River’s men now lead by 505.5 points, while the women lead by 421.
Indian River State College is firmly in the lead after day 1 of the 2017 NJCAA National Swimming and Diving Championships.